Giants vs Phillies match player stats Monday, May 6th pre matchup. San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies player predictions

Giants vs Phillies match player stats Monday, May 6th pre matchup. San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies player predictions

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This game is expected to have the 8th-best conditions for pitching among all the games scheduled today.

, Daulton Jefferies will hold the platoon advantage over Bryson Stott today.

, Bryson Stott has a 98th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (41.5%) and will have a big advantage hitting them in the direction of baseball’s 10th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Bryson Stott will possess the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which figures to bolster all of his stats.

, The San Francisco Giants have been the 6th-unluckiest offense in the game this year, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), and are likely to positively regress the rest of the season, Citizens Bank Park has the 8th-shallowest LF fences in Major League Baseball.

, Zack Wheeler’s 93.9-mph velocity on his fastball this year is a significant 1.3-mph drop off from last season’s 95.2-mph figure.

, Zack Wheeler has used his slider 14.7% less often this year (11.9%) than he did last season (26.6%).

, Brandon Marsh has primarily hit in the back-half of the lineup this season (85% of the time), but he is projected to bat 5th in the lineup in this game.

, Hitting from the same side that Daulton Jefferies throws from, Brandon Marsh will be in a tough position in today’s matchup.

, Brandon Marsh has a 90th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (36.5%) and has the good fortune of hitting them in the direction of the league’s 10th-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, Home field advantage typically improves hitter metrics in all categories, and Brandon Marsh will hold that advantage today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Bryson Stott in the 91st percentile when it comes to his batting average ability.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Brandon Marsh as the 5th-best hitter in the game as it relates to his BABIP skill.

, Nick Castellanos’s BABIP ability is projected in the 87th percentile by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, HRs are generally more common at ballparks with shallow fences, and Citizens Bank Park has the shallowest among all major league parks.

, Home field advantage generally boosts hitter metrics across the board, and Nick Castellanos will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, Nick Castellanos has been unlucky this year, compiling a .222 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .317 — a .095 deviation.

, LaMonte Wade Jr. is projected to bat 2nd in the batting order in this matchup.

, Batting from the opposite that Zack Wheeler throws from, LaMonte Wade Jr. will have an advantage in today’s game.

, LaMonte Wade Jr. has gotten much quicker this season, improving from last year’s 26.07 ft/sec to 26.55 ft/sec now (according to Statcast’s Sprint Speed metric).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Matt Chapman as the league’s 17th-best home run batter.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected HR per 600 plate appearances (30.2) implies that Matt Chapman has had bad variance on his side since the start of last season with his 17.6 actual HR/600.

, Matt Chapman’s 17.4% Barrel% (a reliable standard to study power) is in the 99th percentile since the start of last season.

, According to the leading projection system (THE BAT X), Bryce Harper ranks as the 10th-best hitter in Major League Baseball.

, Bryce Harper is projected to bat 3rd in the batting order in this matchup.

, Daulton Jefferies will hold the platoon advantage over Bryce Harper in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Blake Sabol in the 83rd percentile when it comes to his BABIP skill.

, Blake Sabol has primarily hit in the back-half of the lineup this season (100% of the time), but he is projected to bat 5th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Hitting from the opposite that Zack Wheeler throws from, Blake Sabol will have an edge in today’s game.

, Blake Sabol has an 85th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (35%) and has the good fortune of hitting them in the direction of the game’s 10th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Mike Yastrzemski will hold the platoon advantage against Zack Wheeler in today’s matchup.

, Mike Yastrzemski’s 19.7° launch angle (a reliable metric to evaluate a batter’s ability to lift the ball for power) is among the highest in baseball: 94th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Jorge Soler as the game’s 15th-best home run hitter.

, Jorge Soler is projected to bat 3rd in the batting order today.

, Jorge Soler pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (35.4% — 89th percentile) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards the game’s 10th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, When it comes to his wOBA and overall offense, Jorge Soler has experienced some negative variance this year. His .291 mark falls considerably below the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected wOBA (xwOBA) at .300.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Alec Bohm in the 96th percentile when it comes to his batting average ability.

, Alec Bohm is projected to bat 4th on the lineup card today.

, Alec Bohm will benefit from the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which should bolster all of his stats.

, When estimating his overall offensive ability, Michael Conforto ranks in the 82nd percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Michael Conforto is projected to bat 4th in the batting order in this matchup.

, Hitting from the opposite that Zack Wheeler throws from, Michael Conforto will have an advantage in today’s game.

, Edmundo Sosa pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (34.7% — 85th percentile) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards the league’s 10th-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, Home field advantage typically boosts hitter stats in all categories, and Edmundo Sosa will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, Edmundo Sosa is very toolsy, placing in the 94th percentile in Sprint Speed at 29.25 ft/sec since the start of last season.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) ranks Kyle Schwarber as Major League Baseball’s 3rd-best home run hitter.

, Kyle Schwarber is projected to bat 1st in the lineup in this game.

, Daulton Jefferies will have the handedness advantage against Kyle Schwarber today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Nick Castellanos in the 78th percentile as it relates to his overall offensive ability.

, When assessing his batting average talent, Jung Hoo Lee is projected as the 7th-best hitter in Major League Baseball by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Jung Hoo Lee is penciled in 1st in the lineup in today’s game.

, Hitting from the opposite that Zack Wheeler throws from, Jung Hoo Lee will have an edge in today’s game.

, When assessing his home run skill, Mike Yastrzemski ranks in the 89th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Notching 3 homers in the past 14 days, Mike Yastrzemski has been on fire in recent games.

, Thairo Estrada’s batting average ability is projected to be in the 75th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Thairo Estrada pulls a high percentage of his flyballs (36.7% — 93rd percentile) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards MLB’s 10th-shallowest LF fences today.

, As it relates to his wOBA and overall offense, Thairo Estrada has been lucky this year. His .285 rate has been considerably higher than the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected wOBA (xwOBA) at .267.

, Thairo Estrada ranks in the 80th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between -4° and 26°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce base hits (46% rate since the start of last season).

, Home field advantage generally boosts batter metrics in all categories, and Johan Rojas will hold that advantage today.

, Johan Rojas has gotten much quicker this year, improving from last year’s 29.35 ft/sec to 30.03 ft/sec now (according to Statcast’s Sprint Speed metric).

, Johan Rojas has put up a .355 BABIP since the start of last season, checking in at the 91st percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Johan Rojas in the 83rd percentile as it relates to his BABIP talent.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects J.T. Realmuto in the 89th percentile when assessing his overall offensive talent.

, J.T. Realmuto is projected to hit 2nd on the lineup card in this game.

, Home field advantage typically bolsters hitter metrics in all categories, and J.T. Realmuto will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Blake Sabol in the 79th percentile when estimating his home run ability.

, Zack Wheeler is expected to throw 98 pitches today, which is the highest number of pitches for all pitchers on the slate today. This estimate is based on his inherent tendencies and the nature of the matchup.

, As it relates to his overall offensive talent, Alec Bohm ranks in the 81st percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Nick Ahmed has had bad variance on his side thus far when it comes to his home runs since the start of last season; his 3.8 HR per 600 plate appearances mark is significantly deflated relative to his 9.3 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Nick Ahmed is in the 79th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between -4° and 26°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce base hits (46.3% rate since the start of last season).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Zack Wheeler in the 93rd percentile when it comes to his strikeout ability.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Citizens Bank Park as the 4th-best stadium in baseball for strikeouts.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Matt Chapman in the 94th percentile when it comes to his overall offensive skill.

, Based on Statcast data, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.311) provides evidence that Matt Chapman has had bad variance on his side this year with his .277 actual wOBA.

, Kyle Schwarber will hold the home field advantage today, which ought to boost all of his stats.

, As it relates to his overall offensive talent, LaMonte Wade Jr. ranks in the 84th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, When it comes to his batting average, Nick Ahmed has suffered from bad luck since the start of last season. His .222 figure falls considerably below the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected Batting Average (xBA) at .240.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Jorge Soler in the 95th percentile when assessing his overall offensive skill.

, When assessing his overall offensive ability, Jung Hoo Lee ranks in the 94th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

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When estimating his home run skill, Bryson Stott ranks in the 21st percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Bryson Stott is projected to bat 7th in the batting order in today’s game.

, Built just 19 feet above sea level, Citizens Bank Park has one of the lowest elevations in the league, which usually leads (as a rule of thumb) to worse offense.

, Bryson Stott has been very fortunate when it comes to his home runs since the start of last season; his 14.5 HR per 600 plate appearances figure is inflated compared to his 11.5 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Bryson Stott’s 4.7% Barrel% (a reliable standard to measure power) grades out in the 17th percentile since the start of last season.

, Zack Wheeler projects as the 6th-best starter in the game currently, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Citizens Bank Park as the 3rd-worst stadium in MLB for batting average.

, Among all the teams on the slate today, the 12th-worst outfield defense belongs to the Philadelphia Phillies.

, Zack Wheeler will hold the home field advantage in today’s game, which ought to bolster all of his metrics in all categories.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT) ranks Citizens Bank Park as the 6th-worst field in the game for boosting offensive stats to lefties.

, Among all the teams today, the 3rd-best infield defense is that of the San Francisco Giants.

, Brandon Marsh’s speed has fallen off this season. His 28.57 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 27.48 ft/sec now.

, As it relates to his batting average, Brandon Marsh has had positive variance on his side since the start of last season. His .275 mark has been significantly inflated relative to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected Batting Average (xBA) at .252.

, Nick Castellanos is projected to hit 6th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Citizens Bank Park grades out as the #23 stadium in MLB for overall RHB offense, via the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, Hitting from the opposite that Daulton Jefferies throws from, Nick Castellanos will have the upper hand in today’s matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects LaMonte Wade Jr. in the 11th percentile as it relates to his BABIP talent.

, LaMonte Wade Jr. will be at a disadvantage playing as a visiting player today.

, Citizens Bank Park ranks as the #22 venue in MLB for right-handed batting average, per the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, Matt Chapman is projected to bat 6th in the lineup in this matchup, which would be a downgrade from his 91% rate of hitting in the top-half of the batting order this season.

, Zack Wheeler will hold the platoon advantage against Matt Chapman in today’s game.

, Citizens Bank Park ranks as the #22 ballpark in the game for LHB batting average, according to the leading projection system (THE BAT).

, Bryce Harper grades out in the 12th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34°, the launch angle range that tends to optimize home runs (12.4% rate since the start of last season).

, Matt Chapman will be at a disadvantage playing on the visting team in today’s matchup.

, Playing on the road generally lessens batter metrics in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Blake Sabol today.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected Batting Average (.216) provides evidence that Blake Sabol has been very fortunate since the start of last season with his .235 actual batting average.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Mike Yastrzemski in the 15th percentile when estimating his BABIP skill.

, Mike Yastrzemski is projected to hit 7th in the batting order today.

, Zack Wheeler will hold the platoon advantage against Jorge Soler today.

, Playing on the road generally weakens hitter metrics in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Jorge Soler today.

, Alec Bohm will have the handedness advantage over Daulton Jefferies today.

, Alec Bohm’s speed has fallen off this year. His 26.56 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 25.94 ft/sec now.

, Michael Conforto will be at a disadvantage playing on the road in today’s game.

, A high launch angle standard deviation tends to lead to a lower rate of base hits, and Michael Conforto’s 30.4° mark (9th percentile) since the start of last season indicates a weak hitting profile.

, Edmundo Sosa is projected to hit 8th on the lineup card in this game.

, Hitting from the opposite that Daulton Jefferies throws from, Edmundo Sosa will have an edge today.

, In notching a .186 Expected Batting Average (an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) using Statcast data) since the start of last season , Kyle Schwarber grades out in the 1st percentile.

, Kyle Schwarber ranks in the 1st percentile when it comes to hitting balls between -4° and 26°, the launch angle range that tends to optimize base hits (34.4% rate since the start of last season).

, With a .222 wOBA in the last 7 days, Nick Castellanos has been struggling at the plate.

, Nick Castellanos has displayed weak plate discipline since the start of last season, placing in the 10th percentile with a 4.59 K/BB rate.

, Jung Hoo Lee will be at a disadvantage playing as a visiting player in today’s game.

, Playing on the road generally lowers hitter metrics in all categories due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Mike Yastrzemski in today’s game.

, Thairo Estrada is penciled in 8th in the lineup in today’s game.

, Hitting from the same side that Zack Wheeler throws from, Thairo Estrada will be in a tough position today.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Johan Rojas in the 5th percentile as it relates to his home run ability.

, Johan Rojas is penciled in 9th in the batting order in this game.

, Johan Rojas will hold the platoon advantage over Daulton Jefferies today.

, Edmundo Sosa’s 86.8-mph average exit velocity ranks among the worst in the majors since the start of last season: 15th percentile.

, When it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34° (the launch angle range that tends to best-produce home runs), Edmundo Sosa and his 13.6% rank in the 23rd percentile since the start of last season.

, Batting from the opposite that Daulton Jefferies throws from, J.T. Realmuto will have an edge in today’s matchup.

, When it comes to plate discipline, J.T. Realmuto’s skill is quite weak, putting up a 4.09 K/BB rate since the start of last season while grading out in in the 16th percentile.

, Based on Statcast data, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.288) may lead us to conclude that Blake Sabol has been very fortunate since the start of last season with his .303 actual wOBA.

, Posting a 5.11 K/BB rate since the start of last season, Blake Sabol has displayed weak plate discipline, ranking in the 6th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimates Alec Bohm’s true offensive skill to be a .320, providing some evidence that he has experienced some positive variance this year given the .104 deviation between that figure and his actual .424 wOBA.

, Alec Bohm has done a poor job optimizing his launch angle on his highest exit velocity balls. His 7.9° angle is among the lowest in the game since the start of last season (20th percentile).

, When it comes to his overall offensive skill, Nick Ahmed ranks in the 7th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Nick Ahmed is penciled in 9th in the lineup in this game.

, Zack Wheeler will have the handedness advantage against Nick Ahmed in today’s game.

, Nick Ahmed will be at a disadvantage playing away from home in today’s matchup.

, Considering the 1.16 gap between Zack Wheeler’s 11.06 K/9 and his 9.89 estimated true talent K/9 (via the leading projection system, THE BAT), it’s safe to say he’s been one of the luckiest pitchers in MLB this year when it comes to strikeouts and ought to see worse results going forward.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Thairo Estrada in the 24th percentile as it relates to his home run ability.

, Kyle Schwarber’s BABIP skill is projected in the 2nd percentile by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, LaMonte Wade Jr. has been lucky this year, compiling a .395 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .325 — a .070 deviation.

, Thairo Estrada will be at a disadvantage playing away from home today.

, Based on Statcast data, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected HR per 600 plate appearances (0.0) suggests that Johan Rojas has been very fortunate since the start of last season with his 6.9 actual HR/600.

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